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Water Feature Viewing

Places where interesting examples of the critical role water plays in our natural environment can be observed
AARONS WOODED ACRES IS A MAJESTIC PLACE WHERE FAMILY FUN IS A STANDARD.
Home on Lake Huron in Alpena!
Bed & Breakfast on Charity Island!
Beach Resort
Resort on the Inner Shore of Tawas Point on Beautiful Lake Huron
A great sand beach in a remote area
Greenways Birding Trail
Sites along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Greenways Birding Trail
Thunder Bay River Boat Access at Alpena County Fairgrounds
Thunder Bay River Access In Alpena
Kayak Launch at Duck Park in Alpena
Fletcher Pond and Floodwaters Public Boat Launch
Grand Lake Boat Launch Minutes From Alpena
Beautiful State Recreation Area Minutes From Alpena
Canoe & Camp on the AuSable River - Hot Showers, Convenient Store, Camping Sites and Cabin Rentals
Waterfront
Alpena County's Largest Park
Campground on the Thunder Bay River in Alpena
Newly Remodeled Burger King Restaurant
Convenience dining with delicious variety
Paddlewheel Boat on the AuSable
Keeping with Tradition since 1982, Calypso Charters offers the finest fishing experience available
Interested in seeing the shipwrecks of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary up close and personal? Talk to Great Lakes Divers! Offering shipwrecks adventures, retail sales, instruction, and much more.
Limestone bedrock shoreline and alvar grasslands
View from kayak
Limestone cobble shore
Limestone cobble shore
Shallow Linear Coastal Lake
Coastal Geology Feature
Sanctuary serves as sensitive nesting grounds
Shallow bay with intermittent wetlands
Pristine coastal wetland with scattered small islands of cedar trees
Located in the Alpena Township Nature Preserve on El Cajon and Misery Bays
The islands and numerous shoals are sutbborn remnants of bedrock
Old River Channels
Shallow, bedrock influenced bay within Thunder Bay
A unique undeveloped island
Important bird nesting site.
A Unique Natural Feature
Grocery Store on Tawas Point
Blueways Water Trail Access Site
Blueways Water Trail Access Site
 
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